The second day of the Gamble Rogers Music Festival begins at 11 am in The Colonial Quarter, 33 Saint George Street, St. Augustine. Four stages will feature local musicians, regional acts and national music groups.
The Festival honors the late James Gamble Rogers IV, a singer, songwriter and storyteller who balanced a love of balladry and folk songs with a passion for the oral tradition and storytelling. Rogers was just hitting his peak when he died on October 10, 1991 trying to save a man from drowning. The recreational area in Flagler County where the accident occurred was later renamed the Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area.
There will be activities for children including a Kids Area (3:30 – 5 pm); Mrs. Kate Carpenter, puppeteer (2:30, 3:30, 5 pm); and Morgan Kelly, puppeteer (1 pm, 2 pm).
See the schedule and purchase tickets at www.gamblerogersfest.org.
Gamble Rogers Admission:
$30 for the entire weekend
20 for Friday only; $20 for Saturday only
10 for Sunday